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Decided to take the RRS off road. Ended up at Wildomar OHV park because the N. Main divide was closed.
Scratched the **** out of my paint.
The car handled incredibly even with stock tires. Amazing in fact.
But alas, the paint is destroyed on my 2010 :D
oh well. Looks like a good buffing might get about 80-90% of it out. but the rest is jacked!!!

Oh and the back window, driver side doesn't go all the way up and as a result won't actually close either.
 

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That OHV park is the perfect place to go for custom pinstriping. I have been there a couple times in my Ranger and most of the trails will leave your vehicle scarred. Have you taken North Main Divide? It's not much of a challenge, but there are several areas where you can appreciate the Rover's articulation and the view from Santiago Peak is awesome on a clear day.

Any pics of your excursion?
 

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I have several movies which I'll post today.
Haha, I was thinking of inventing this pressure tape myself :D so now I guess I don't have to. I wish I'd known about it yesterday. It's my first 4WD vehicle so I'm learning as I destroy.
Maybe I'll ask questions next time BEFORE I go.
 

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trez63 said:
It's my first 4WD vehicle so I'm learning as I destroy.
Maybe I'll ask questions next time BEFORE I go.
One thing I learned early on is "as slow as possible, but as fast as necessary". This should help some with the "destroy" part. :thumb:
 
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